Born in the Civil War era (1879) and site of the 1904 World's Fair, this park attracts history lovers from around the ... More
Born in the Civil War era (1879) and site of the 1904 World's Fair, this park attracts history lovers from around the world. Memories abound in this urban park, which hosts reunions and many other events year-round. Not much is sweeter than walking barefoot in the grass on the beautiful grounds, picnicking by the stream or seeing the 40-foot turtle. Browse displays, historical artifacts and art collections.
What do horses, dogs and beer have in common? Find out while touring the grounds, brewery and stables, and while
sampling the beer in the hospitality room. Since its founding in 1855, the brewery has developed into a major ...
To the average traveler, this park may appear unimpressive. However, there is an interesting history behind this public landmark site.
The lake, which is actually more like a pond, originated from a sinkhole. The park was created in 1912 ...
A garden lover's paradise, Missouri Botanical Garden, a 79 acre collection of gardens has something for everyone, including a fragrance
garden for the visually impaired. The Kemper Center has more than 20 gardens set to various themes, including the ...